You have to wait for the judgment and/or order issued by the court. With that said, the losing party does have a right to an appeal in most situations.
Herbert Tan, Esq.
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Get an attorney - really. A jury trial is no place for a self-represented litigant. If you lose, fees and costs could be pinned on you.
I am not your attorney nor is any answer I may provide legal advice. You may contact me directly for legal advice only if you are a resident of Tennessee insofar as I only practice in Tennessee.